LAFYI Hosts Parent Univeristy

Liberty Alliance for Youth, Inc. (LAFYI) is hosting a free “Parent University” on Saturday, March 9, 2013 from 8:00 AM – Noon at Liberty North High School, 1000 NE 104th Street. The event starts off with a complimentary breakfast and resource fair. It offers multiple workshops of interest to adults, teens and pre-teens. Tina Meier, founder of the Megan Meier Foundation, is the special speaker. There are activities for preschool and elementary age children as well. Register by March 4 at www.parentuniveristy2012.eventbrite.com . #

Topics for adults and teens are parenting, safety and new trends, while Pre-Teens (ages 9-12) learn about bullying prevention and healthy relationships. Younger children (ages 4-8 years) will learn “I Can Be Safe”, “I Can be Healthy” and I Can have Fun”.

Liberty Alliance for Youth, Inc. (LAFYI) is a voluntary, not-for-profit 501(3) (c) coalition of local organizations committed to bringing resources together to help each other and the community to reduce alcohol, tobacco, other drug abuse, violence and other negative behaviors and to improve the lives of Liberty's citizens. This program is funded by the Clay, Platte, Ray Tax levy Board and with support from Tri-County Mental Health Services, Inc. For more information on LAFYI, contact Amy Tuso, 816-736-3112 or astuso@aliberty.k12.mo.us. To register go to www.parentuniveristy2012.eventbrite.com

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